EasyFlow5 Oxygen Concentrator Service Manual

Oxygen Concentrator
Service Manual
Model PM4300 Series
300 Held Drive
Northampton Pa 18067 (USA)
ISO 13485 Certified
Tel: (+001) 610-262-6090
Fax: (+001) 610-262-6080
Toll Free Tel: 800-272-7285
Toll Free Fax: 800-353-1240
www.precisionmedical.com
Contents
Preface .................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Definition of terms ................................................................................................................................................................ 1
Safety Symbols information - Warnings and Cautions ........................................................................................................ 2
Theory of Operation ................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Warnings and Cautions ........................................................................................................................................................... 4
Specifications: ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Component Description ........................................................................................................................................................... 6
External................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Internal ................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Miscellaneous ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Maintenance / Cleaning .......................................................................................................................................................... 8
Cabinet: ............................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Inlet Filter: ............................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Returns .................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Disposal Instructions ............................................................................................................................................................... 9
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Alarm Indicators ................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Front Panel Assembly Replacement ..................................................................................................................................... 12
Disassembly ...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Reassembly ....................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Dial Flowmeter Replacement (506620) ................................................................................................................................ 14
Disassembly ...................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Reassembly ....................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Compressor Assembly Replacement (507322) .................................................................................................................... 15
Disassembly ...................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Reassembly ....................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Sieve Bed Assembly Replacement (506418) ....................................................................................................................... 17
Disassembly ...................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Reassembly ....................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Final Test............................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Preface
Precision Medical, Inc.
300 Held Drive
Northampton, PA 18067 USA
Customer Service / Tech Support
Phone: 1-610-262-6090
Phone: 1-800-272-7285
Fax: 1-610-262-6080
Web: www.precisionmedical.com
This manual is intended to guide and help a qualified service technician in the safe handling, service, repair and
performance verification of the PM4300 Series “EasyFlow 5” Stationary Oxygen Concentrator. A qualified service
technician should be trained in the safe handling of oxygen equipment and understand its inherent dangers.
DO NOT attempt to use or perform any service function on the PM4300 series Stationary Oxygen Concentrator unless
you have read and understand this manual as well as the User Manual.
Definition of terms
AC
ESD
SOC
OVP
PCB
Alternating Current
Electro Static Discharge
Stationary Oxygen Concentrator
Operation Verification Procedure
Printed Circuit Board
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Safety Symbols information - Warnings and Cautions
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury.
CAUTION
Used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, may result in property damage.
PM4300 Series with respect to electrical shock, fire and mechanical hazards only in
accordance with ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1 (2005, 3rd ed), CAN/CSAC22.2 No. 60601-1
(2008) 62NA
Follow instructions for use
General Mandatory Action Sign
Dangerous Voltage
No Smoking
General Alarm
Type BF Equipment
No Oil or Grease
This device may contain electrical components that are hazardous to the environment. DO
NOT dispose device into standard trash. Contact your local waste management for
disposal of Electronic Equipment.
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Theory of Operation
Air enters the system through the compressor intake muffler/filter (1). The compressor (2) increases the air pressure to
approximately 30 psig (2 Bar). The compressed air is then directed through the dual solenoid valve (4) (see note) to one
of the molecular sieve beds (5 or 6). As compressed air passes through the selected sieve bed, nitrogen is stripped from
the air and a high concentration of oxygen passes through. After a predetermined time, the dual solenoid reverses
operation, and compressed air passes thru the other sieve bed.
Note: The dual solenoid valve is controlled by an electronic circuit board (17) which determines the time interval
for each concentrated oxygen producing cycle. This is based on the demand from the output flow selection of the
dial flow control valve (14).
Inside the bed, concentrated oxygen developed from the molecular sieve beds (5 or 6) splits into two streams. One
stream flows through a check valve (8 or 9) into a product tank (10 and 11) where it is stored for use. This stored
concentrated oxygen is then routed to the point of use by way of a pressure regulator (12), a filter (13), an optional oxygen
sensor (18), and a user selectable dial flow control valve (14). The other stream of concentrated oxygen flows through a
pressure reducing orifice (7) to the other molecular sieve bed (5 or 6) to desorb the nitrogen that was stored in the sieve
from the previous cycle. The desorbed nitrogen flows to atmosphere through the dual solenoid valve (4) and a muffler
(15).
If a situation arises where the system pressure becomes elevated above normal operating pressures at the compressor a
mechanical preset pressure relief valve (3) will relieve this elevated pressure. Also, if the cycle pressure at the product
tank (10 and 11) rises above or falls below the normal operating range an electronic pressure sensor (16) will create an
alarm condition and shut the concentrator down. This system shut down is denoted by an audible alarm (17) along with
an illuminated led (17).
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Warnings and Cautions
WARNING
Oxygen supplied from this device is for supplemental use and is not intended to be life supporting or life
sustaining.
This device is not intended for use by patients who would suffer immediate, permanent, or serious health
consequences as a result of an interruption in the oxygen supply.
DO NOT smoke in an area where oxygen is being administered.
DO NOT use near any type of flame or flammable/explosive substances, vapors or atmosphere.
DO NOT use oils, greases, lubricants or any combustible materials on or near this product. Wash
hands properly prior to usage.
TO AVOID INCREASED RISK OF FIRE
Keep oxygen equipment away from open flames. Use and store the EasyFlow 5 Concentrator at least
five (5) feet away from equipment such as furnaces, water heaters, and stoves that may contain open
flames.
Keep equipment in a well-ventilated area at all times.
High concentrations of oxygen can cause rapid burning of other substances.
DO NOT place blankets, draperies, or other fabrics over equipment.
NO OXYGEN is delivered in between settings.
CAUTION
Only individuals instructed and trained in its use should operate this device.
DO NOT use liquid leak detector to test for leaks.
DO NOT autoclave.
DO NOT gas sterilize.
DO NOT clean with aromatic hydrocarbons.
DO NOT immerse device in any kind of liquid.
Avoid dropping the device or placing it in a position where it could fall and become damaged.
DO NOT block the outlet fitting or kink the cannula tubing when the device is in use.
Store device in a clean area when not in use.
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Specifications:
Weights:
Device:
Device Boxed for shipping:
29.6 lbs (13.4 kg)
33.9 lbs (15.38 kg)
Dimensions:
Height:
17.0 in (43.2 cm)
Width:
12.25 in (31.1 cm)
Depth:
17.125 in (43.5 cm)
Power:
115 ±10% VAC; 60Hz 3.2 A; 350 watts
Oxygen Concentration:
≥87% - up to 6,900 Ft (2103.1 m)
≥85% - >6,900 Ft (2103.4 to 3048 m)
Outlet Pressure:
8 psi ±10%
Outlet Temperature:
Within 1.3 F of ambient
Sound Level:
53 dBA
Operating Conditions:
Temperature:
Altitude:
50°F to 95°F(10°C to 35°C)
Up to 10,000 ft (3,048 m)
Storage Conditions:
Temperature:
Max. Humidity:
- 29.2°F to 140°F(- 34°C to 60°C)
95% non-condensing
Cannula Requirement:
Maximum 7 foot long adult standard single lumen oxygen nasal cannula with a
maximum 40 ft crushproof extension tubing
Flow Settings (l/min):
0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0
Flow Accuracy:
.5 l/min
1.0 to 1.5 l/min
-0.0 / +400 ml of setting - up to 10,000 Ft (3048 m)
± 200 ml of setting - up to 6,900 Ft (2103.1 m)
±20% of setting 6901 to 10,000 Ft (2103.4 to 3048 m)
2.0 to 5.0 l/min
±10% of setting - up to 6,900 Ft (2103.1 m)
±20% of setting 6901 to 10,000 Ft (2103.4 to 3048 m)
Equipment Classification:
Class II - with respect to protection from electrical shock
Type BF - degree of protection against electrical shock
IPX1 - degree of protection against ingress of liquids
Mode of Operation - Continuous
Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) and Particulate Requirements:
The oxygen delivered from the EasyFlow Concentrator meets the following requirements for particulate levels,
VOC levels, carbon monoxide levels, carbon dioxide levels and ozone levels.
EPA PM2.5
Particulate Matter
ASTM D5466
Ozone Levels
21 CFR 801.415
Carbon Monoxide Levels
EPA NAAQS
Carbon Monoxide Carbon Dioxide Levels
OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits
Standard Test Method for Determination of Volatile Organic Chemicals in Atmospheres
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Component Description
External
Part #
506829
Description
Includes
506333 – Base
Base & Power Cord Assembly
505933 – Power Cord
507321
PM4351 Front Panel Assembly
506463 – Label
506620 – Flowmeter Assembly
506395 – PCB with PM4351 Firmware
505433 – Power Switch
506639 – Hose Clamp
507593
PM4350 Front Panel Assembly
505433 – Power Switch
507589 – Label
506639 – Hose Clamp
507591 – PCB with PM4350 Firmware
506827
506332 – Cover
Cover Assembly
506338 – Handle
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Internal
Part #
507323
Description
Includes
505429 – Fan
Compressor Cover Assy
505595 – Fan Wire Harness
507001 – Cover
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Miscellaneous
506639 – Nylon Hose Clamp
505932 – 11/16” Pinch Clamp
506763 – Tubing Sleeve Clamp
(Sieve Bed Hose)
(Pressure Sensor)
507320 - #8 .625LG Hex Screw
505470 - #10 .750LG Hex Screw
506807 - Compressor Spring Pad
(Sieve Beds to Base) 2 ea
(Cover to Base) 4 ea
(Under Compressor each Spring) 2 per
(Flowmeter & O2 Sensor)
506627 - #10 Phillips Screw
506923 - Rubber Washer
(Compressor Tray, Compressor Cover & Capacitor) 12 ea
(Under Sieve Beds) 2 ea
Maintenance / Cleaning
WARNING
Prior to cleaning, ensure the EasyFlow 5 Oxygen Concentrator is turned off and unplug.
DO NOT spray or apply any cleaners directly onto the device.
DO NOT allow any liquids to drip inside any case openings.
DO NOT use harsh and/or flammable chemicals to clean the device.
DO NOT clean with aromatic hydrocarbons.
Perform cleaning as required.
Cabinet:
1. Turn the EasyFlow 5 Oxygen Concentrator to the “OFF” (O) position.
2. Unplug the device from the AC power source before cleaning.
3. Clean exterior surfaces of the device with a cloth dampened with disinfectant solution. Example: Sporicidin ®
Brand Disinfectant Solution.
4. Allow device to thoroughly air dry.
5. When not in use, store the device in a clean area free from grease, oil and other sources of contamination.
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Inlet Filter:
1. Remove the Inlet Filter Cover by inserting the tip of a flat blade
screwdriver into the slot shown and prying off.
2. Grasp center of Inlet Filter Cap and pull to remove.
3. Remove Filter.
4. Wash Filter with mild detergent.
5. Rinse thoroughly with water and allow to thoroughly air dry.
6. Reinstall Filter back into the Inlet Filter Box.
7. Grasp center of Inlet Filter Cap and push into place.
8. Snap Inlet Filter Cover back into opening of the device cover.
Returns
Returned products require a Returned Goods Authorization (RGA) number, contact Precision Medical, Inc. All returns
must be packaged in sealed containers to prevent damage. Precision Medical, Inc. will not be responsible for goods
damaged in transit. Refer to Precision medical, Inc. Return Policy available on the Internet, www.precisionmedical.com.
Disposal Instructions
This device contains components that are hazardous to the environment. DO NOT dispose device into standard trash.
Contact your local waste management for disposal of Medical Electrical Devices.
Troubleshooting
Visual Indicator / Problem
Audible Alarm
Probable Cause
Remedy
YELLOW indicator flashes
Repeated
beeping
Flow to patient is occluded
Remove occlusion, kink or block in
patient cannula
When device is turned
“ON”, device does not
function and the GREEN
Power Indicator does not
light.
Continuous
Concentrator is not properly
plugged into electrical outlet.
Make sure Concentrator is properly
plugged into the electrical outlet.
RED General Alarm
Indicator is “ON” steady
or continuously blinking;
device stops functioning.
Repeated
beeping
System malfunction.
Turn power switch “OFF” and wait
5 minutes, then turn back “ON”. If
condition persists, turn the
concentrator “OFF”, connect to
another source of oxygen and
contact your Provider.
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Visual Indicator / Problem
Audible Alarm
Probable Cause
Remedy
RED General Alarm
Indicator flashes once,
device momentarily stops
functioning, and then
automatically restarts.
Single beep
Momentary AC power
interruption.
It is normal for this to occur
occasionally (such as during
severe weather); however, if this
condition persists, connect to
another source of oxygen and
contact your Provider.
GREEN Power Indicator is
“ON”, YELLOW and RED
General Alarm Indicators
are flashing and device is
running
Repeated
beeping
Device overheating
Internal temp above 109°
RED General Alarm
Indicator is flashing while
beeping, device stops
functioning.
Repeated
beeping
Device overheated
Move Concentrator to a cooler
location. Ensure Concentrator is
positioned away from curtains or
drapes, hot air registers or heaters.
Be certain to place the
Concentrator so all sides are at
least 6 in. (15.24 cm) away from a
wall or other obstruction. DO NOT
place concentrator in a confined
area.
(PM4351 ONLY)
None
Low oxygen concentration.
Continue to use concentrator and
contact your Provider.
Repeated
beeping
Very low oxygen percentage.
Turn the concentrator “OFF”,
connect to another source of
oxygen and contact your Provider.
None
1. Kinked tubing.
1. Check tubing and nasal
cannula for kinks.
Move Concentrator to a cooler
location. Ensure Concentrator is
positioned away from curtains or
drapes, hot air registers or heaters.
Be certain to place the
Concentrator so all sides are at
least 6 in. (15.24 cm) away from a
wall or other obstruction. DO NOT
place concentrator in a confined
area.
YELLOW Oxygen
Concentration Indicator is
“ON” steady.
(PM4351 ONLY)
YELLOW Oxygen
Concentration and RED
General Alarm Indicators
are “ON” while beeping;
device stops functioning.
No flow from nasal
cannula.
2. Nasal cannula has become
disconnected from oxygen
outlet on concentrator or
from extension tubing.
3. Connection between bubble
humidifier and oxygen outlet
on concentrator has become
loose.
4. Flow Selector is in between
settings.
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2. Check cannula and tube
fittings for proper connection.
3. Tighten bubble humidifier
bottle.
4. Set Flow Selector to a flow
setting.
Visual Indicator / Problem
Audible Alarm
Probable Cause
Remedy
Limited or no oxygen flow.
None
Dirty or obstructed bubble
humidifier, or leak present.
Remove the bubble humidifier
bottle and if flow is restored, clean
or replace the bubble humidifier.
Condensation collects in the
oxygen tubing when you do
not use a bubble humidifier
bottle.
None
Concentrator not properly
ventilated, elevated operating
temperatures.
Ensure Concentrator is positioned
away from curtains or drapes, hot
air registers or heaters. Be certain
to place the Concentrator so all
sides are at least 6 in. (15.24 cm)
away from a wall or other
obstruction. DO NOT place the
Concentrator in a confined area.
DO NOT OVERFILL bubble
humidifier. Allow the oxygen tubing
to dry out, or replace with new
tubing.
Alarm Indicators
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Front Panel Assembly Replacement
(PM4350 – 507593
PM4351 – 507321)
Disassembly
Tools and equipment required:
#2 Phillips Screwdriver
5/16 Hex Nut Driver
Small Diagonal Cutting Pliers
Needle Nose Pliers
1. Switch the device power to the off position.
2. Unplug the device from the AC power source.
3. Place the device onto a table or bench top.
4. Using a Phillips Head Screwdriver, remove the two (2) Screws
located on top of Enclosure in front of the Handle and set aside.
5. Gently lay the device onto one of its sides.
6. Using 5/16 Hex Nut Driver, remove the four corner Hex Screws and
set aside.
7. While holding the Top Enclosure and Base together, return the
device back to an upright position.
8. Grasp the Handle on the Top Enclosure and lift upward to remove it from the Base Assembly.
9. Using Needle Nose Pliers, slide Tubing Sleeve Clamp on Blue/Green tubing
off bard.
10. Carefully remove the Blue/Green Tube from the Pressure Sensor on the
PCB.
10.1.
Set aside Clamp for re-assembly.
11. For PM4351 Models:
11.1.
Release Nylon Hose Clamp on Tubing connected to the bottom
port of the Oxygen Sensor.
11.2.
Remove the bottom Tube connected to the bottom port of the
Oxygen Sensor.
11.3.
Set aside Nylon Hose Clamp for re-assembly.
12. Unplug Fan Wire Harness connected to left side of the PCB.
13. Carefully lift the Front Panel Assembly upward and lay it down in front of the device.
14. Disconnect all Wire Connectors shown below.
15. Remove the Front Panel assembly from the device.
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Reassembly
(Reference Disassembly Photos)
1. Lay Front Panel Assembly in front of device.
2. Connect all Wires as shown in step 14 of the Front Panel Assembly Replacement; Disassembly.
2.1. From left to right; Black, White, (Power Cord) Blue, Brown, (Compressor) Red/Black, Red/Black
2.1.1.The Red/Black wires are from the Sieve Bed Valves and may be interchanged.
3. Lift Front Panel Assembly upward then lower it into slots located in the front of the Base Assembly.
4. Connect Wire Harness from Fan to Connector on left side of PC Board.
5. Slide Clamp onto thin Blue/Green Tube from Sieve Bed Assembly.
6. Push end of Blue/Green Tube onto Pressure Sensor located on PC Board.
7. Slide Clamp on Blue/Green Tube over barb on Pressure Sensor.
8. Slide Clamp onto remaining Tube from Sieve Bed Assembly.
9. FOR PM4350 Non O2 Sensor Model ONLY;
9.1. Attach Tube with connector from Front Panel to Tube from Sieve Bed and secure with Clamp.
10. FOR PM4351 O2 Sensor Model Only;
10.1.
Push tube onto remaining port of Oxygen Sensor on PC Board and secure with Clamp.
10.1.1. Tube should rest on top of Exhaust Housing on Sieve Bed Assembly.
11. Align and lower Top Cover onto device while ensuring Front Panel Assembly is
properly captured.
12. Insert an Alignment Tool thru hole in Top Cover and into mounting hole on
Sieve Bed Assy.
13. Ensure Top Cover is properly lowered and then remove the alignment tool.
14. Insert and secure Screw thru Top Cover and into opposite mounting hole on
Sieve Bed Assembly.
15. Remove Alignment Tool and insert second Screw thru Top Cover and into
remaining mounting hole on Sieve Bed Assembly and secure.
16. Secure Top Cover to Base using Hex Screws (x4).
17. Verify device is operating to specifications as described in the Final Test section
of this Manual.
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Dial Flowmeter Replacement (506620)
Disassembly
Tools and equipment required:
# Phillips Screwdriver
½” Wrench
Needle Nose Pliers
Screws (X4)
When handling the PCB, always use ESD Protection.
1. Follow steps all steps for Front Panel Assembly Replacement; Disassembly.
2. Using a Phillips Screwdriver, remove the four Screws securing the PCB to the
Front Panel and set aside.
PCB
3. Remove Insulating Paper and set aside.
4. From the top right hand corner of the PCB (as shown) pull the PCB
upward to disengage the Power Switch from the PCB.
5. Position the PCB so that the backside of the Dial Flowmeter is
exposed.
5.1. Keep Tubing inserted thru PCB hole as shown.
Front
Panel
Insulating
Paper
6. Disengage Hose Clamp on Tube on back of Dial Flowmeter and slide it up
and off the Barb.
7. Using Needle Nose Pliers, remove the Tube off the Dial Flowmeter Barb.
8. Using a ½” wrench, remove Dial Flowmeter Hex Nut.
9. Remove Dial Flowmeter from the Front Panel.
Reassembly
(Reference Disassembly Photos)
When handling the PCB, always use ESD Protection
1. Insert new Dial Flowmeter from front side of the Front Panel, aligning the
center Stud and Barb with the corresponding openings.
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2. Apply Loctite 425 to threads of Flowmeter Assembly.
3. While holding Flowmeter Outlet Fitting, tighten Hex Nut.
4. Place Tube onto Flowmeter Barb. Tube should cover entire Barb.
5. Slide Clamp onto Tube at barb of Flowmeter and engage.
5.1. Leave approximately 1/8’’ gap between Clamp and Front Panel.
6. Position the PCB back into place while ensuring terminals for Power Switch are aligned and the Tubing from the Dial
Flowmeter is routed as shown.
7. Press PCB terminal connectors onto Power Switch.
8. Place Insulating Paper over bottom half of PCB, aligning the two (2) top holes with the two (2) lower holes on the
PCB.
9. Using the four (4) #6 pan head Phillips Screws secure the PCB to the Front Panel as shown.
10. Follow all steps for Front Panel Assembly Replacement; Reassembly.
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Compressor Assembly Replacement (507322)
Disassembly
Tools and equipment required:
#2 Phillips Screwdriver
Diagonal Cutting Pliers
Needle Nose Pliers
1. Follow all steps for Front Panel Assembly Replacement;
Disassembly.
2. Grasp Inlet Filter Box and pull upward to remove from the
Compressor Cover.
3. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the nine (9) Screws
securing the Compressor Cover to the Base and set aside.
4. Remove Compressor Cover by lifting upward and set aside.
5. Using Diagonal Cutting Pliers, cut and remove Hose Clamp on
center port of Compressor indicated in photo.
6. Using Diagonal Cutting Pliers, cut and remove Cable Tie
securing the Compressor Baffle to the metal tubing as indicated
in photo.
7. Slide Hose off of center Barb on Compressor.
8. Remove Compressor Baffle from the Compressor.
9. Remove Compressor wires from Saddle Mount.
10. Disconnect Compressor Wires connected to Capacitor.
11. Lift the Compressor up and off the Base.
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Reassembly
(Reference Disassembly Photos)
1. Place Compressor Assembly, center port facing to the back of
the device, onto the Compressor Tray while ensuring to get
each Spring into the corresponding Pad locations.
1.1. Ensure 2 Rubber Pads are in each Pad locations
2. Insert Tie Wrap thru the center of the Compressor Baffle.
3. Place Compressor Baffle onto the Compressor as shown in
photo in Disassembly section above.
4. Slide an 11/16” Pinch Clamp onto Hose on metal Tube.
5. Slide Hose from metal Tube onto center port on Compressor.
6. Secure the Hose to the Compressor by tightening Clamp.
7. Secure the Compressor Baffle to the metal Tube using the Cable
Tie.
8. Route the Compressor Wires around the front of the Compressor
and around the side of the Sieve Bed Tube and insert into Saddle
Mount as shown.
9. Connect the two (2) Black Wires from the Compressor to the
Capacitor. (polarity is not important)
10. Place Compressor Cover, Fan towards the Sieve Beds, over the
Compressor.
10.1.
Ensure to capture all the Compressor Wires into slot on
Compressor Cover.
10.2.
Ensure Inlet Tube on Compressor is aligned with
corresponding hole on Compressor Cover.
11. Using a Phillips screwdriver, secure the Compressor Cover to the
Base with the nine (9) Screws.
12. Insert Inlet Filter Box into Compressor Cover by aligning the tab on
the Filter Box with the slot on the Compressor Cover.
12.1.
Compressor Inlet Tube should be inserted into the Filter
Box.
13. Follow all steps for Front Panel Assembly Replacement; Reassembly.
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Sieve Bed Assembly Replacement (506418)
Disassembly
Tools and equipment required:
#2 Phillips Screwdriver
¼” Hex Nut Driver
Diagonal Cutting Pliers
Needle Nose Pliers
1. Follow all steps for Front Panel Assembly Replacement; Disassembly.
2. Follow all steps for Compressor Assembly Replacement; Disassembly.
3. Gently lay the device onto one of its sides.
4. Using ¼” Hex Nut Driver, remove the two Screws securing the Sieve
Bed Assembly.
5. While holding the Sieve Bed Assembly and Base together, return the
device back to an upright position.
6. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the two center Compressor tray
Screws.
7. Remove Tray
8. Lift Sieve Bed Assembly up and out of the Base.
Reassembly
1. Ensure Foam is properly placed into the Base as shown.
1.1. Power Cord should be on top of Foam.
2. Lower Sieve Bed Assembly into Base while ensuring the White
Tubing is captured in the Foam with the Power Cord and the
mounting holes align with the hole in the Base.
3. While holding the Sieve Bed Assembly and Base together, lay
the device on one of its sides.
4. Secure the Sieve Bed Assembly to the Base using the two (2)
#8 Hex Screws.
5. Feed the end of the metal Tube from the Sieve Bed Assembly
thru the rectangular opening on the Compressor Tray and
position it on the Base.
6. Using a Phillips screwdriver, secure with Screws, the Compressor
Tray to the Base.
7. Follow steps all steps for Compressor Assembly Replacement;
Reassembly.
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Final Test
Test Requirements for Stationary Oxygen Concentrator
1. Ensure Device Power Switch is in off position “O”.
2. Plug Device into a 120 VAC source.
3. Turn Dial Flowmeter on Device to Setting 5.
4. Power on (I) Device.
4.1. When powering on Device, verify a momentary audible
“beep” is heard and that the Green, Yellow and Red
LEDs on Front Panel illuminate for 1 second and then
only the Green LED remains illuminated.
5. Verify Fan is pulling air into the Device by placing your hand
under the Base and verifying you feel air moving.
6. Allow Device to run a minimum of 3 minutes.
7. Attach hose from a calibrated oxygen flow monitor to outlet
of flowmeter.
8. Verify all flow settings are within the specified tolerance.
9. Return the Flow Selector back to setting 5.
10. Disconnect flow monitor from the Device outlet and connect
a calibrated Oxygen Monitor/Analyzer.
11. Verify O2 concentration is within the specified tolerance.
12. Disconnect the Oxygen Monitor/Analyzer from the Device outlet.
13. Unplug the Device from 120 VAC source while Power Switch is still in on (I) position.
14. Verify a continuous audible alarm is heard.
15. Turn The Device off by pressing Power Switch to off (O) position.
16. The continuous audible alarm should stop.
Specification Table
Position
Flow Setting
Tolerance (LPM)
1
0.50
0.50 – 0.90
2
1.0
0.90 – 1.30
3
1.5
1.30 – 1.70
4
2.0
1.80 – 2.20
5
2.5
2.25 – 2.75
6
3.0
*
2.70 – 3.30
7
3.5
*
3.15 – 3.85
8
4.0
*
3.60 – 4.40
9
4.5
*
4.05 – 4.95
10
5.0
4.85 – 5.15
* Flow must be greater than the previous setting
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